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Echoes is a debut studio album by Maggie Reilly. It was released on 30 April 1992 by EMI. The album was produced by Armand Volker, Harald Steinhauer, Kristian Schultze and Stefan Zauner. The album includes her song "Everytime We Touch", which was a major hit in Europe in the 1990s, reaching #1 chart positions in many countries. The album topped the Norwegian Albums Charts and was generally top 30 album.
Mirrors: The Bronze Anthology
De första åren 1967-1979
Agnetha Fältskog Vol. 2 is the second solo album by the Swedish pop singer and ABBA member Agnetha Fältskog. It was recorded and released in 1969 through Cupol Records.
One More Time
Highland is the debut album by Swedish group One More Time, released in 1992. In 1992, they began their international career with the release of the single "Highland", which peaked at #2 in Sweden and #80 in the UK. The Highland album, on which the single was featured, went gold in South Africa.
Two Sides: The Very Best Of Mike Oldfield
Det bästa med Karin & Anders Glenmark
18 Greatest Hits
18 Greatest Hits is the second greatest hits compilation album by German singer Sandra, released in 1992.
This greatest hits was released in the fall of 1992. Sandra recorded a new version of the song "Johnny Wanna Live", previously released on the Paintings in Yellow album. The song, co-written by Frank Peterson and later redone by his then-girlfriend Sarah Brightman for her album Dive, was an anthem against cruelty to animals. The music video was once again directed by Howard Greenhalgh and showed shocking scenes of cruelty towards animals. In an interview in Sweden, Sandra explained the origins of the song citing her disapproval of people wearing fur coats. The greatest hits reached the Top 10 in both Germany and France and was awarded gold. The release of 18 Greatest Hits marked the end of Sandra's most successful period of her solo career. This greatest hits was re-released in 2003 under the title The Essential. This version was repackaged differently and also has different artwork.
Jennifer Rush - The Hit Box
A Table In The Sun
Ravishing - The Best Of
Scandi Pop Hits 2
Ancient Heart is the debut studio album by British pop/folk singer-songwriter Tanita Tikaram, initially released by Warner Music Group on 13 September 1988. The album had huge success and was a hit globally, launching Tikaram's mainstream career. Guest musicians include Rod Argent, Mark Isham, Peter Van Hooke, Paul Brady, and Brendan Croker; Argent and Van Hooke also produced the album. Four singles were released from the album: "Good Tradition", "Twist in My Sobriety", "Cathedral Song" and "World Outside Your Window".
Björn Ulvaeus & Benny Andersson
The 30 Biggest Hits XXX
Forever Young is the debut album released by German synthpop group Alphaville on September 27, 1984, by Warner Music Group. It charted well, hitting the Top 20 in six European countries and reaching number 1 in Norway and Sweden. Alphaville followed up with their second album in 1986 with the release of Afternoons in Utopia.
The album was re-released in a "super deluxe" edition in March 2019.
Mazarin is studio album by Swedish pop musician Per Gessle, released on June 16, 2003.
Per Gessle thought of this album as his little side project but it turned out to be a huge success, gaining five × platinum status in his home country. He even played some of the songs from it on the Gyllene Tider Finn 5 fel! tour in 2004, despite the fact that they were not Gyllene Tider songs.
Hit Collection - Edition
Lost In Paradise
Lost in Paradise is the 4th album by German band X-Perience.
The album includes ten new tracks and three remakes of their greatest hits, "A Neverending Dream", "Circles of Love" and "Magic Fields". "Return to Paradise" was the first single, released in October 2006. The second single was "Personal Heaven", a duet with Midge Ure. With the last single "I Feel Like You", singer Claudia Uhle decided to leave the band.
Lost in Paradise was released after a break of six years since their previous album, Journey of Life. After touring and promoting the last album, Polydor/Universal released the promotional single "It's a Sin", a cover of the Pet Shop Boys song. The band took some time off and Claudia released a solo-album under the name Angelzoom in 2005.
The album entered the German Album Charts on No. 78.
Chariots Of Fire
Come Along (Remastered)
Come Along is the fourth studio album by Swedish recording artist Titiyo. It was released on August 20, 2001 on WEA/Superstudio Blå. All music was composed by Peter Svensson, lyrics were written by Svensson and Joakim Berg, and production was handled by Tore Johansson. The album's lead single, "Come Along", reached the first place in GLF and was awarded a Swedish Grammis Award in the category Song of the Year. "1989" was released as the second and final single off the album.
Words is the debut album by F. R. David. Its title track, "Words", was a huge European hit, peaking at #2 on the British charts.
Benny Anderssons Orkester
Benny Anderssons Orkester
The Essential Boney M.
The Best Of Jon & Vangelis
Jon & Vangelis
The Best of Jon and Vangelis is a compilation album by the Jon and Vangelis duo, the collaborative effort between Yes frontman Jon Anderson and Greek synthesizer musician, Vangelis. Released in 1984 by Polydor Records, the album features songs from their first three studio albums: Short Stories, The Friends of Mr Cairo and Private Collection.
It peaked at number 42 in UK and spent 9 weeks in the charts. It was the duo's last charting album in the UK and their lowest peaking album in this country.
Love Is the Answer
Heath Hunter & The Pleasure Company
Turn of the Tide
Barclay James Harvest
The Domino Theory
We See The Same Sun
We See the Same Sun is the second album by German eurodance group Mr. President, released in May 1996.
This album arranged the band's international breakthrough, including three hit singles: "Coco Jamboo", their most successful song that entered the charts all over Europe, Australia and the United States, "I Give You My Heart" and "Show Me the Way". The album also contains a song recorded with German singer Nino De Angelo, "Olympic Dreams".
In the year of its release the band won a Viva Comet for Best Dance Act and 12 months later they received an Echo award for their international success with We See the Same Sun, being the best selling German artist outside Germany.
The Best Of
Singles, B-Sides & Rarities
Goombay Dance Band
Plays Synthesizer World Hits
Future Generation - The Digital Edition
Future Generation is the first studio album by Dutch project Laserdance. Originally released as LP record by Hotsound Records in 1987, the first spacesynth studio album was composed by Michiel Van Der Kuy and produced by Erik van Vliet. It was released as CD album by Galaxis in 1987 and later ZYX Music in 2001. Future Generation contains rearrangements of Laserdance's previously released singles Power Run, Humanoid Invasion and Goody's Return, while the album also features new tracks.
Being the first studio album, Future Generation was considered a big success for the spacesynth project with approximately 150 000 copies being sold. Michiel Van Der Kuy has stated Future Generation being his favorite Laserdance album.
There are different releases of Future Generation album, which some of them have extra content. Galaxis' CD edition from 1987 adds remixed version of Fear as bonus track from separated single that was released in the same year, while the Polish 1991 CD release with "Snake's Music" label also adds the first Laserdance Megamix and You And Me from the separated single release to the album.
Sounds Spectacular: The European Song Contest, Volume 2
Middle Of The Road
The Solid One
Bell Book & Candle
Bell, Book & Candle
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